Tuesday, 4 June 2013


Today's WOTD is: "azahar" = orange blossom

In Spanish, “azahar” is a masculine noun of Arabic origin, which means orange blossom.

A couple of expressions with the word “azahar” are:

  • Agua de azahar (orange-flower water);
  • Flor de azahar (orange/ lemon blossom flower);

A couple of examples of the use of the word "azahar" are:
  • El agua de azahar tiene propiedades medicinales (the orange-flower water has medicinal properties);
  • A la flor del naranjo se le suele llamar flor de azahar (the orange tree flowers are often called orange blossom flowers);

Love-Spanish.com loves the word "azahar" in the YouTube clip: FLOR DE AZAHAR - TROVA YUCATECA

For more on the word "azahar", visit: Wordreference.com/ Azahar

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